In this post, we are going to have a detailed look at the new Gethi G6 portable dry herb vaporizer from Aristech.
Gethi is a new vaporizer brand, designed and manufactured by Airistech in Shenzhen. Airistech is well known for bringing excellent value entry-level vaporizers to the market. In addition to the Gethi line, they also produce vaporizers under the Airis brand.
The G6 is the first vaporizer we’ve tried in this new line of Gethi products and I am excited to share with you our findings. Firstly, let’s go through the design.
The Design of the Gethi G6 Dry Herb Vaporizer
The Gethi G6 is a small box style portable herbal vaporizer. Like most other products by Airistech, the G6 is packed in a nicely designed small box.
As you can see, it has a glass mouthpiece that slides in and out of the vaporizer’s body with a push on the side rail. In addition, the glass mouthpiece is replaceable. So if you break it somehow, you can simply replace it using the extra mouthpiece that comes in the box.
Ceramic Heating Chamber
The G6 has a ceramic heating chamber at the bottom of the vape. It is a 5 pin ceramic baking oven that you see in many other Airistech vaporizers.
You can access the heating chamber by sliding back the button on the spring-loaded quick-release door. As you can see in the below picture, the chamber door has 6 little holes on it. Those are there for air intake and form part of the isolated air path.
Airistech built the G6 with a 1800 mAh built-in battery and it charges with a supplied micro USB charger. The charging port is located on the side of the vaporizer below the power button. The battery is powerful enough to heat up the chamber in approximately 40 seconds.
In addition, it also delivers reasonable battery life. In other words, you can get about ten sessions out of a single charge. So that’s about 30 minutes vaping time, as one session lasts for 3 minutes.
What’s in the Box?
In the box you’ll find the below list of items:
– Gethi G6 Vaporizer
– Replacement Glass Mouthpiece
– Packing Tool
– Micro USB Charging Cable
– User Manual
How to Use the Gethi G6 Vaporizer
The G6 has a single button and it is very easy to use.
Firstly, we recommend putting your brand new vaporizer on the charger for a couple of hours before you use it for the first time. As a result, you will be able to bring a longer life out of your battery.
After that, you are ready to pack your chamber with ground herbs. Simply slide the release button on the quick-release door to access your baking chamber. Subsequently, pack your ground herbs into the ceramic baking oven.
Once your chamber is packed, you are ready to turn on your device. To achieve this, simply press the power button on the top 5 times in a row. After that, you’ll see the LED around the button flashing. You only have to wait about 40 seconds for it to heat up.
Once your G6 heated up, it will gently vibrate to let you know it is ready to go.
You can choose between 3 temperature settings on the G6. The color of the LED around the button indicates which setting you are on.
To clarify, green color indicates 405°F or about 207°C. Next, blue is 420°F that equals about 215°C. Lastly, the white color is 435°F, which is approximately 224°C.
Press the power button to toggle between these preset temperatures.
The Gethi G6 is a simple to use entry-level dry herb vaporizer that delivers great value for money. The vapor quality is certainly good, especially considering the price of the vape.
I was a little afraid of the bottom loading chamber and how it would work, however, we had no issues what so ever. It vaporizes the herbs evenly and gets the job done.
If you have any questions, or if you have any experience using the G6 that you’d like to share, please feel free to comment below.
If you’d like to pick up a Gethi G6 for yourself, you can do so here.
2 thoughts on “Gethi G6 Dry Herb Vaporizer Review”
Which one would you recommend between the gethi g6, airis herborn and airis switch? I like the bottom chamber and retractable glass piece of the g6, however, I’m a little concerned about the battery size, is the difference between the g6 and herborn/switch really notorious? Thanks in advance.
I would recommend the Gethi G6 out of the lot you mentioned. It is newer and better then the Herborn and Switch. Although all 3 are entry level vapes, the Gethi G6 is the best of those three. I hope this helps.